There's still a long way to go before the October 27th municipal election but there is a new opinion poll out in the Toronto Mayor's race.
Forum Research did survey on Monday and compared to early June, Olivia Chow has fallen 9 points.
Rob Ford has gained 7 points and John Tory remains the same, tied for first in a statistical dead heat, if the top 5 candidates stay till the end.
Chow leads the way with 29 percent support, followed by Tory at 28, and Ford at 27.
If it becomes a 3-way race, the advantage goes to Olivia Chow. Tory is next and Rob Ford trails Chow by 8 points.
The survey finds voters who are familiar with John Tory think highly of him, with his approval rating at more than 65 percent -- up about 5 percent from 3 weeks ago.
Compare that to 54 percent for Olivia Chow, whose approval is slightly down over the same time frame.
Rob Ford is at the bottom with only about a third saying they approve of him.
In fact, about 6 in 10 voters are still calling on the Mayor to step down from office.